The coaching staff used three fresh bowlers per net and utilized one other net for additional batting drills.
Adams also spoke to the team about the importance of being mental alert during the team meeting on Thursday.
The coach was happy with the progress shown by Justin Kemp, who nursed a sore hamstring, Vernon Philander, who also had a hamstring-niggle, and Rory Kleinveldt, who is ready for the Champions League Twenty20-campaign after a prolonged absence due to a knee-injury.
Adams said Charl Langeveldt could not attend the training sessions as he is in Pretoria doing a Level 3-coaching course. He trained at the national high performance academy the past week.
Hashim Amla also requested time to be with his family in Cape Town and will only fly to join his teammates on Monday.
Amla is one of the world’s finest cricketers and a veteran of 79 tests, 95 One Day Internationals and 26 T20-Internationals.
His evolution as a T20-cricketer has been swift and impressive. He averages 25 in this format, but is capable of massive scores. His average of 54.36 at a strike-rate of 89.26 in 95 One Day Internationals is a testimony to his enormous skill.
Bowl wide or straight at Amla, and you give him two boundary options, either through midwicket with a flick of the wrist, or past point with immaculate timing and more use of his steely wrists.
Adams is very aware of the importance of a fast start at the Champions League.
The Cobras kick off their campaign against the Hobart Hurricanes at the Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium in Hyderabad on 21st September at 12h30.
Their next fixture will be on the 26th September against the Barbados Tridents at the Punjab Cricket Association Stadium in Mohali, Chandigarh.
“At the most, you might be able to lose one game, but you have to win at least three to reach the play-offs,” said Adams.